Jane Darwell Poster

Other Works

  • (1909) Stage: Appeared (Broadway debut) in "The Wedding Day" on Broadway. Written by Jessie Trimble. Hackett Theatre: 10 Dec 1909 (1 performance). Cast: Jessie Bonstelle, Walter D. Greene, Sheldon Lewis, Owen Meech, Forrest Winant.
  • (1920) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Marie Wilcox") in "Merchants of Venus" on Broadway. Comedy. Written by Alan Brooks. Directed by Bertram Harrison and Alan Brooks. Punch and Judy Theatre: 27 Sep 1920-Nov 1920 (closing date unknown/64 performances). Cast: Alan Brooks, Frank Dayton, Edward Donnelly (as "Oliver Bainbridge"), Thomas Hoier, Mary Howard, Robert Kelly, S. Kurasaki, Thais Magrane, Carroll McComas (as "Verna Cromwell"), Vivian Rushmore, James Terbell. Produced by Richard Lambert.
  • (1921) Stage: Appeared (as "Maria") in "Swords" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Sidney Howard [earliest Broadway credit]. Directed / produced by Brock Pemberton. National Theatre: 1 Sep 1921-Sep 1921 (closing date unknown/36 performances). Cast: Raymond Bloomer (as "Damiano") [final Broadway role], Lillian Dix (as "Giovanna"), Clare Eames (as "Fiamma"), Helen Forrest (as "Madelina"), Edward MacKay (as "Captain of the Garrison"), Catherine Roberts (as "Fiorenzo"), José Ruben (as "Cannetto"), John Saunders (as "Jacopone"), Charles Waldron (as "Ugolino"), Sophie Wilds (as "Amina").
  • (1944) Stage: Appeared (as "Mrs. Feeley"; final Broadway credit) in "Suds in Your Eye" on Broadway. Written / directed by Jack Kirkland. Based on the novel by Mary Lesswell. Cort Theatre (moved to The Forrest Theatre from 24 Jan 1944-close): 12 Jan 1944-23 Jan 1944 (37 performances). Cast: John Adair (as "Mr. Fitzgerald"), Chuck Ming (as "Chin Chinatown"), Lujah Fonnesbeck (as "Mrs. Ferguson"), Brenda Forbes (as "Miss Tinkham"), John Gerard (as "Elmer"), Ruth Gilbert (as "Conchita"), Will Hare (as "Danny Feeley"), Tom Hoier (as "Mr. Reynolds"), Herbert James (as "Policeman"), Marie Kenney (as "Mrs. Katz"), Cynthia Latham (as "Mrs. Miller"), Tom McElhany (as "Pinky Kennedy"), Russell Morrison (as "1st Buyer"), Loy Nilson (as "Moe"), Kasia Orgazewski (as "Mrs. Rasmussen"), Robert Rhodes (as "Mr. Wilson"), Wanda Sponder (as "Mrs. Rasmussen's Daughter"), Fredric Munn Szeto (as "Chinatown"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Mac"), Frank Tweddell (as "Armond Hansen"), Janet Tyler (as "Kate Logan"), Bruno Wick (as "Shipyard Worker"), Helene Young (as "June"). Produced by Katharine Brown and John H. Del Bondio.

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